The homes at Pier 4, the Seaport’s premiere luxury condominium, are now closing and ready for occupancy. The Penthouse homes at Pier 4 have sold for prices that had only previously been achieved in Back Bay and Beacon Hill, redefining the geography of Boston’s luxury condo market. One residence that has closed in the Penthouse Collection sold for $15,231,920 and achieved a record-shattering price per square foot of $4,180. As of June 2019, no other residential sale in Boston has ever closed for over $4,000 per square foot. So what are some of the features of these amazing homes in the Penthouse Collection?
Each has its own uniquely designed feature staircase leading to an expansive private roof terrace, equipped with a fully appointed kitchen – perfect for entertaining this Fourth of July
A full-height 99-bottle wine fridge – let your inner sommelier free
Soaring 10’5” ceiling – plenty of room for art and furniture that fits your tastes
Gas fireplaces – ideal for colder winter months
Private balconies with captivating views
Indulgent soaking tub for rest and relaxation after a long day of exploring all that the Seaport has to offer
Another home that sold in Pier 4’s Penthouse Collection also achieved $4,180 per square foot and sold for over $13 million. To put these sales in perspective, the highest sale in Back Bay in 2019 did not cross the $2,700 per square foot threshold. These record sales at Pier 4 showcase the value of new waterfront homes in full service buildings versus inventory in Back Bay and Beacon Hill that has aged and is not fully amenitized.
Missed your chance to tour these amazing homes? Luckily, there are still a few penthouses available, just in time to move in this summer! Register on our website and book an appointment today.
Meet the Archer Residences, 67 very fancy units coming to Beacon Hill in the near future. The Archer’s penthouse, which is currently the most expensive home for sale in the city at a whopping $18 million, is poised to be architectural marvel when it’s completed. Both levels of the home are connected by a floating wood-and-steel staircase enclosed by glass—and the shiny glass accents don’t stop there. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors in the main living area open directly to a rooftop terrace, where there’s a Jacuzzi and an infinity-edge pool.
Advisors Living is proud to announce the exclusive sales and marketing of The Archer Residences in Beacon Hill. The Archer Residences, a boutique collection of beautifully designed condominium homes, offers individualized details and a full-service concierge experience in Beacon Hill, one of Boston’s most desirable neighborhoods. From the magnificent roof terrace to the state-of-the-art fitness and wellness center, valet service, and exclusive indoor parking, The Archer Residences are designed to make life easier.
From The Archer Residences, many of Boston’s greatest attractions are just a short walk away. Feeling the team spirit? Enjoy the Celtics and the Bruins, two of America’s most successful and historic teams, at TD Garden. Or maybe you just want to take a relaxing stroll around the historic neighborhood? The Boston Public Garden, built in 1837, is a beautiful public park that offers boat rides around its swan-filled lagoon. Louisburg Square, a quiet, historic green near The Archer Residences, was once home to many famous 19th century figures, including architect Charles Bulfinch, painter John Singleton Copley, and author Louisa May Alcott.
The Archer Residences features 67 unique residences ranging in size from one to four bedrooms. Each residence has been thoughtfully designed, blending the historic character of Beacon Hill with an elegant hand-selection of materials and finishes.
Click here to schedule an appointment or call us today at 888-749-4805 to visit our sales center today at 20 Ashburton Place. We look forward to showing you what makes The Archer Residences the most exciting residential new construction project in Boston.
488 Dot luxury condos in Southie are scheduled to open to residents this September, emphasizing even more how the neighborhood is drastically changing.
The 33-unit building is not quite a high-rise, but is much different than what was originally found in the area.
The standout features of this new development lie in the phenomenal views, luxury amenities and prime location.
The fourth floor penthouses come complete with private roof decks and all of the units have features to brag about. These include, in-ceiling speakers, soaking tubs, gas fireplaces, heated parking, a fitness center and it is pet friendly.
The location is ideal, right in the center of the evolving Southie neighborhood, within close walking distance to both Broadway and Andrew T stops and surrounded by plenty of dining and bar options.
Southie has undergone a huge transformation in the last decade and Dorchester Ave. is convenient and seeing a ton of new and redevelopment.
The 488 Dot luxury condos are spacious and open, each offering two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Price for the units range from $650,000 to just over $1 million.
Along with these there are a plethora of restaurants new and old, creating more of a neighborhood feeling with each new opening adding something to the area.
With General Electric’s world headquarters set to open soon and contribute to public space there is no end to the new developments reinventing this Boston hub.
As one of the fastest growing areas in Boston and with more housing being approved daily, the need for a grocery store continues to grow. As the substantial desire for this a grocery store in this space grows, we expect it wont be long now before the Seaport finally has one of their own.
Contact our advisors for more information about new developments in the Seaport and finding your new home today.
Plans for the tallest tower in Roxbury have been in the works for over a year, but news from the developer suggest that they have been revised and should be filed with the city in September.
Developers Long Bay Management originally had plans to put a 25-story glass and steel building above the Institution for Savings in Roxbury. Dudley Square Tower would be located right across from the Dudley Square MBTA Station on Washington Street, so residents would have convenient transport links.
The revised version of the plan adds four more stories making it 29 in order to not only add more residential units, but incorporate above-ground parking and aid in paying for the development.
As well as the top floors of condos and apartments, the lower floors would provide retail and office space.
Plans for when Dudley Square Tower would actually be complete are yet to be confirmed, however developers have planned to file the proposal with the Boston Redevelopment Authority within the next month.
Stay tuned for upcoming developments and contact us for more information on finding your new home in Boston.